Changemakers Listening Circle : Navigating change from personal to collective text on background with silhouette people around a fire

What’s happening in the world at the moment?
Have you too been asking yourself this question?

Designers and researchers are navigating the territory of new technologies, complexity and change, organisational pressures and politics, tightening job markets, and many of us experience burn out and misalignments with our personal values.

As designers and researchers we help our clients to navigate the changing landscape and markets, lets gather to discuss what do we need to flourish?

Join Alissa Fleet (USA), Viv Sung (AUST), Jax Wechsler (AUST) and your change makijng peers in a listening circle to reflect and explore:

  • What’s happening in the field?
  • What does this mean for designers and researchers at this time?
  • What’s needed personally, as a field and collectively at this time?
  • How can we better resource ourselves and each other?

Come join this important conversation.
* This is a participatory event and there will not be a recording available. If there is enough interest, we are open to run this again at a different time.

About your facilitators

Jax WechslerViv Sung and Alissa Fleet are designers who feel that inner development is a key piece to enabling and sustaining change. We are very interested in practices that cultivate inner awareness and diverse ways of sensing and seeing, such as phenomenological and embodied practices. Jax and Viv are strategic designers and educators who have recently launched a new initiative called the School of Being aimed at restoring wellbeing with ourselves, our relations and our living world. They host transformative learning experiences online and in nature to help people develop greater inner awareness so that they can more effectively navigate and co-create change in the world. Alissa is a Facilitator of Systemic Constellations offering mentoring and training in the Art of Possibility for designers and early stage founders.

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